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The Other World is a companion story in a series of [[ChooseYourOwnAdventure Choose your own adventure]] stories by an author known to the public as "Kiel_Farren" and it was created on [[Website/{{ChooseYourStory}} Choose Your Story]], a free website allowing anyone to publish their own, (also free,) stories for everyone to play and for any other member to critique.

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The ''The Other World World'' is a companion story in a series of [[ChooseYourOwnAdventure Choose your own adventure]] {{Gamebook}} stories by an author known to the public as "Kiel_Farren" and it was created on [[Website/{{ChooseYourStory}} Choose Your Story]], Website/ChooseYourStory, a free website allowing anyone to publish their own, (also free,) stories for everyone to play and for any other member to critique.



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* InfantImmortality: Subverted. The first death in the entire game, of a very long list, is a baby boy who is beheaded in front of you and his mother by one of the city guards. From there, the author kills off a four year old little boy, and then an ENTIRE CITY, including three more children (ages 3, 5, and presumably 12) that your character knows, one of which is their best friend.



* CrapsackWorld: To put it lightly.. The entire world is practically a death camp in every way.

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* CrapsackWorld: To put it lightly.. The entire world is practically a death camp in every way.way.
* DeathOfAChild: The first death in the entire game, of a very long list, is a baby boy who is beheaded in front of you and his mother by one of the city guards. From there, the author kills off a four year old little boy, and then an ENTIRE CITY, including three more children (ages 3, 5, and presumably 12) that your character knows, one of which is their best friend.


The game revolves [[CaptainObvious around the reader's character,]] as expected. The reader's story incarnation is introduced as a young, teenage "mortal drone," which is the title given to any human slave under the rule of [[BigBad The High Witch Queen]] [[HotWitch Vidia Hecate.]] Vidia, who has made herself immortal using magic, rules all of the human race after a 10 year war that ended in all the survivors surrendering to her. That was now a thousand years ago, and the world is still fully under her control.

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The game revolves [[CaptainObvious around the reader's character,]] character, as expected. The reader's story incarnation is introduced as a young, teenage "mortal drone," which is the title given to any human slave under the rule of [[BigBad The High Witch Queen]] [[HotWitch Vidia Hecate.]] Vidia, who has made herself immortal using magic, rules all of the human race after a 10 year war that ended in all the survivors surrendering to her. That was now a thousand years ago, and the world is still fully under her control.


The story was unpublished from Website/ChooseYourStory by the author after his exit from the site, along with WebOriginal/AGameOfLifeAndDeath. As far as the site knows, the author hasn't published it anymore else, thereby making it a lost work.

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The story was unpublished from Website/ChooseYourStory by the author after his exit from the site, along with WebOriginal/AGameOfLifeAndDeath. As far as the site knows, the author hasn't published it anymore anywhere else, thereby making it a lost work.


The story was unpublished from Website/ChooseYourStory by the author after his exit from the site, along with WebOriginal/AGameOfLifeAndDeath.

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The story was unpublished from Website/ChooseYourStory by the author after his exit from the site, along with WebOriginal/AGameOfLifeAndDeath.
WebOriginal/AGameOfLifeAndDeath. As far as the site knows, the author hasn't published it anymore else, thereby making it a lost work.

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The story was unpublished from Website/ChooseYourStory by the author after his exit from the site, along with WebOriginal/AGameOfLifeAndDeath.


* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/WebOriginal/AGameOfLifeAndDeath A Game of Life and Death]]
* [[DevilsChess Devil's Chess]]
* [[InTheDark In The Dark]]
* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/WebOriginal/TheOtherWorld The Other World]] (no, not [[Literature/TheOtherWorld that one.]])


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* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/WebOriginal/AGameOfLifeAndDeath A Game of Life and Death]]
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* [[DevilsChess Devil's Chess]]
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* [[InTheDark In The Dark]]
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* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/WebOriginal/TheOtherWorld The Other World]] WebOriginal/TheOtherWorld (no, not [[Literature/TheOtherWorld that one.]])




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* ChooseYourStoryWebsite/ChooseYourStory


* CompleteMonster: Somehow subverted. While the Witch is very obviously evil beyond scope, she could have easily wiped humanity out completely if she were out just to kill and destroy. Instead, she kills over half the population and then subjugates the rest into making the world hers.


The game revolves [[CaptainObvious around the reader's character,]] as expected. The reader's story incarnation is introduced as a young, teenage "mortal drone," which is the title given to any human slave under the rule of [[BigBad The High Witch Queen]] [[HotWitch Vidia Hecate.]] Vidia, who has made herself immortal using magic, rules all of the human race after a 10 year war that ended in all the survivors surrendering to her.

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The game revolves [[CaptainObvious around the reader's character,]] as expected. The reader's story incarnation is introduced as a young, teenage "mortal drone," which is the title given to any human slave under the rule of [[BigBad The High Witch Queen]] [[HotWitch Vidia Hecate.]] Vidia, who has made herself immortal using magic, rules all of the human race after a 10 year war that ended in all the survivors surrendering to her. \n That was now a thousand years ago, and the world is still fully under her control.

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* CompleteMonster: Somehow subverted. While the Witch is very obviously evil beyond scope, she could have easily wiped humanity out completely if she were out just to kill and destroy. Instead, she kills over half the population and then subjugates the rest into making the world hers.

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* CrapsackWorld: To put it lightly.. The entire world is practically a death camp in every way.


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* VillainWorld: In its most horrible form. The BigBad has ruled utterly unopposed for a thousand years, and the former world is all but forgotten by humanity (save a few).

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->''"The War of the Witch is over. Mankind has finally lost. The free world has fallen. Over the course of this near decade, I have seen so much. I have seen the dead conquer the living, I have seen cities filled with life burn to ash in hours, I saw men made of iron cry, I saw hardcore atheists drop to their knees and beg for help from a God they never believed in, I saw armies of countless soldiers swept away like dust in the wind, I have seen nations fall. The world I knew is gone."''
-->-- '''Protagonist's ancestor''', a thousand years before the events of the story


!!''TheOtherWorld'' provides examples of:

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!!''TheOtherWorld'' !!''The Other World'' provides examples of:


* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/WebOriginal/TheOtherWorld The Other World]] (no, not [[TheOtherWorld that one.]])


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* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/WebOriginal/TheOtherWorld The Other World]] (no, not [[TheOtherWorld [[Literature/TheOtherWorld that one.]])



* {{Badass}}: The thief that saves you in your home town.

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